The (Charleston, S.C.) Post & Courier: Appointed on Saturday as Emanuel AME's first woman pastor, the Rev. Dr. Betty Deas Clark was trembling and scared Sunday morning, when she delivered her first sermon to her new congregation.
Crux: Perhaps the question is not whether Pope Francis will lead the Church away from its traditional positions, but whether he's modeling a different way of making the argument.
Philadelphia Inquirer: There were few things the seemingly indefatigable AME founder Richard Allen was unable to do.
Christian Today: Clergy are now less trusted in the UK than ordinary people on the street, as a new survey reveals that what was once the most trusted profession has since plummeted in the public's eye.
The (Toronto) Globe and Mail: If Jesus, Martin Luther King Jr. and Mother Teresa were sitting at a table talking U.S. politics, would Donald Trump fit in?